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Daily Log- 30/6/15



The morning began by defining the rocks in the trench moving from south to north. Very little is being found. The soil is mostly grayish brown. Some of the yellowish brown soil is being uncovered between the rocks in the lower pumis of the trench. While clearing an iron bar fragment was recovered (SF#1).

Special Find #1

Iron Bar Fragment

Locus 1

27.26 mAE

90.76E, 32.93S


The rocks continue to be defined. Most of them appear in the eastern half of the trench. We continued to define the stump in the northwestern corner. A few roots were removed. A shallow pick pass was done in the middle of the trench between the stones and the stump. More rocks were struck during the pass and clumps of yellowish brown soil were coming up. The rocks were further defined. While clearing soil near the stump a fragment of

Medieval rim was found (SF#2).

Special Find #2

Medieval Rim Fragment

Locus 1

89.75E, 32.75S

27.33 mAE

Bulk Finds

Tile – 18 very small fragments

Closing Daily Elevations

NW – same – 27.53 mAE

NE – 27.27 ,AE

SE – 27.21 mAE

SW – 27.17 mAE

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Suggested Citation

Andrew J. Carroll. "AJC VII (2015-06-30):33-36; Daily Log- 30/6/15 from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 73/2015, ID:690/Locus 1". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <>

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